AXA Nevo EVs - techbuzzireland
Live since Summer 2022, Nevo is a one-stop destination for all things to do with electric mobility. Their ambition is to educate, advise and connect consumers and businesses with the leading suppliers and industry experts – making the transition to electric simple and painless.
Since its launch Nevo has become increasingly popular, in a rapidly growing market where (year to date to end July 2023) c.26% of all new cars registered are a plug in of some variety (full electric or plug-in). All expectations are that as more new electric models come to the market this upward trend in sales will only go one way.
Derek Reilly of Nevo states that electric vehicles have definitely gone mainstream and as with most new products, the need to have a platform where consumers can get objective advice and learn about electric motors is vital. “We are delighted to say Nevo is filling that knowledge gap. We are finding that the consumers that are coming to Nevo are at different stages of their purchasing journey. Our dedicated help and advice section on the website empowers customers to learn all about electric vehicles before they make the switch, with relevant video reviews and articles. With a customer focus at our core the aim of Nevo is to make the transition to electric as seamless as possible for everyone.
AXA/ Nevo Partnership
AXA/ Nevo Partnership
Mick Comerford Director of Direct Retail at AXA  commented “As the leading motor vehicle insurer in the market it is great to see a site like Nevo offer consumers invaluable advice in such a seamless manner.  The reception to the site has been incredibly positive and we at AXA are delighted to be part of Irish consumers journey to all things electric.”
AXA sees Nevo helping it on two fronts – providing access to a growing market of electric vehicle drivers as well as helping it progress its own sustainability agenda. Via the Nevo platform, motorists can seamlessly purchase insurance for their electric vehicle, availing of fire and theft cover for their battery and cable, accidental damage cover for their battery, and up to €650 for accidental damage to their wall charger.

By Jim O Brien/CEO

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